Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., recently told a gathering in Waterville in Marshall County that calls to his office are about evenly split between those who want him to find compromise and those urging him “not to budge one inch,” the Marysville Advocate reported. “I actually think both segments are right,” Moran said, suggesting there are “many things we can compromise on.” Moran also advocated that his party work on its public image. “It’s not just a matter of communication. Our policies have to be beneficial to all Americans. . . . We have to get rid of the image that we care about the wealthiest compared to the everyday person. Those things are very important if you want to see a future for the Republican Party.”
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